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Update links for bug reports, etc.

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   Read the user guide, at least the part that has to do with your problem.
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-  If that does not solve the problem, try having a look at the bitbucket development page for \beamer\ (see the title of this document). Perhaps someone has already reported a similar problem and someone has found a solution.
+  If that does not solve the problem, try searching \href{http://tex.stackexchange.com}{TeX-sx (\texttt{tex.stackexchange.com})}.
+  Perhaps someone has already reported a similar problem and someone has found a solution.
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-  On the website you will find numerous links to forums and mailing lists for getting help. There, you can write to help forums, file bug reports, join mailing lists, and so on.
+  If you find no answers there, of if you are sure you have found a bug in
+  \beamer{}, please report it \emph{via} \href{https://bitbucket.org/rivanvx/beamer/issues}{\texttt{bitbucket.org/rivanvx/beamer/issues}}.
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   Before you file a bug report, especially a bug report concerning the installation, make sure that this is really a bug. In particular, have a look at the |.log| file that results when you \TeX\ your files. This |.log| file should show that all the right files are loaded from the right directories. Nearly all installation problems can be resolved by looking at the |.log| file.
 
   If you can, before reporting the bug, retest using latest version of \beamer\ with latest version of \TeX\ Live. This can help isolate bugs from other packages that might affect \beamer.
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-  \emph{As a last resort} you can try emailing authors. We do not mind getting emails, we simply get way too many of them. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that your emails will be answered timely or even at all. Your chances that your problem will be fixed are somewhat higher if you mail to the \beamer\ mailing list linked at bitbucket development page (naturally, we read this list and answer questions when we have the time).
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-  Please, do not phone authors in the office. If you need a hotline, buy a commercial product.
+  \emph{As a last resort} you can try emailing authors. We do not mind getting emails, we simply get way too many of them. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that your emails will be answered timely or even at all. Reporting
+an issue is usually a better approach as they don't get lost.
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